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  1. Letter: Boucher Questions Outlook On State's Finances

    Letter: Boucher Questions Outlook On State's Finances

    WILTON, Conn. -- The Wilton Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email wilton@dailyvoice.com"At this point, we aren't looking at any tax increases." That’s how the President Pro Tempore of the Connecticut State Senate described majority Democrats’ outlook on the state’s finances in a television interview this ...

  2. Animals In Distress in Wilton Joins 'Clear The Shelter' Drive

    Animals In Distress in Wilton Joins 'Clear The Shelter' Drive

    WILTON, Conn. – Animals in Distress is participating in Clear the Shelters across the nation on Saturday from 1-5 p.m. to find homes for their cats and kittens. Visit the Animals in Distress Facebook page to view the cats and kittens available for adoption. Click here to fill out the online application ahead of time to be approved, as there are no same day adoptions. Reduced fees and ...

  3. Eversource Offers Ways To Keep Cool Ahead Of Heat Wave

    Eversource Offers Ways To Keep Cool Ahead Of Heat Wave

    BERLIN, Conn. – With sweltering temperatures expected across Connecticut over the next several days, air conditioners and fans will be working overtime, but Eversource is prepared to meet that demand and is offering tips on how customers can save energy, stay comfortable and keep electric bills low. “Typically the demand for electricity grows by 75 percent during peak summer months,” ...

  4. Mark Nickel Fund For Wilton Families Raises More Than $100K

    Mark Nickel Fund For Wilton Families Raises More Than $100K

    WILTON, Conn. – Even though she no longer lives in Wilton, former resident Marge Nickel remains solidly connected to the community through the fund she created two years ago in memory of her son, Mark, which has raised more than $100,000 since it's inception.The Mark Nickel Fund for Wilton Families Impacted by Domestic Violence reflects her late son’s generous spirit by helping Wilton ...

  5. Comedian Colin Jost 'Updates' Ridgefield Playhouse Crowd With Stand-Up Act

    Comedian Colin Jost 'Updates' Ridgefield Playhouse Crowd With Stand-Up Act

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Comedian and "Saturday Night Live" Weekend Update co-anchor Colin Jost will take the stage at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Friday at 8 p.m. as part of the Clark Construction Comedy Series. Jost is an award-winning writer, comedian and actor. After joining "Saturday Night Live" in 2005, the Harvard graduate and Peabody Award winner quickly moved up ...

  6. Pokemon Go 'Stops' Come To Stew Leonard’s

    Pokemon Go 'Stops' Come To Stew Leonard’s

    The Pokemon Go craze has taken over the U.S., and now supermarkets are joining the fun, reports Supermarket News. Chains such as Stew Leonard’s are drawing customers in with Pokestops and contests for gift cards, according to Supermarket News. Stew Leonard’s, with stores in Yonkers and several in Connecticut, is a Pokestop and reminded customers in a Facebook post that, “Clover is so ...

  7. Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    A new report suggests that dinosaurs never emitted the loud, frightening roar so many believe they did, but instead, may have mumbled with their mouths closed, according to Futurity. Research published in the journal “Evolution” looks at how some birds make sound through closed-mouth vocalization, which are sounds produced through the skin around the neck when the beak remains closed, ...

  8. 9/11 Families Demanding Justice After Revelation Of Saudi Ties To Terror

    9/11 Families Demanding Justice After Revelation Of Saudi Ties To Terror

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and families of 9/11 victims will demand justice for victims of terrorism on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. on the steps of the U.S. District Court in New Haven, after new revelations expose Saudi Arabian ties to the 9/11 terror attacks. Blumenthal helped to lead the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act to allow victims of terrorism ...

  9. Norwalk's Poet Laureate Leading Workshop Of Art-Inspired Verses

    Norwalk's Poet Laureate Leading Workshop Of Art-Inspired Verses

    NORWALK, Conn. – Laurel Peterson, Norwalk's Poet Laureate, will lead an ekphrastic poetry workshop on Thursday from 1-3 p.m. at the Mayor's Gallery in Norwalk City Hall, Room 231. Petersen will lead the workshop using the art created by SPAG (St. Phillips Artist's Guild) on display in the Mayor's Gallery.Ekphrastic poetry is written in response to an art work, where the author comments ...

  10. Bacon Brothers Cut Loose Onstage At Ridgefield Playhouse

    Bacon Brothers Cut Loose Onstage At Ridgefield Playhouse

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. –The sizzling Bacon Brothers will cut loose with a new show when they return to The Ridgefield Playhouse for a sixth time on Friday at 8 p.m. The multi-talented duo are real life brothers – actor Kevin (“The Following,” “Apollo 13,” “Mystic River,” “Footloose”) and Michael, the Emmy-Award winning film and television composer. They blend hard-charging tunes with mellow, ...

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